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Messiaen. Schoenberg's String Trio, last works. Stravinsky's last neoclassical works, then Webern-influenced music (1950s). Boulez 1946-55. Analysis of Webern. Nineteenth lecture of the course "The Contemporary Era' by Antioch College Professor John Ronsheim. This course traces the history of 20th Century music until about 1970. For more information visit ronsheim.org.
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tracey pooh -
Subject: Fantastic "course"
wait a minute or two for the class to get going in the beginning.
then it's off to an informative and passionate
review of some masterworks of the modern age. they play elements of the music, compare with other contemporary artists of the day.
audio quality is good and the sound level is decently uniform. given the dynamic range between his and lows, it's very well done.
more music and classes, please!